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Watch Kate Zambreno, AM’02, Read from Her Memoir, Heroines

Kate Zambreno, AM’02, visited the Logan Center to give a reading from her newest work HeroinesWatch the video of the reading here.

The Rumpus called Heroines “relentless and reflective” and “a genre-defying battle cry about forgotten and suppressed women in literature (as well as her role in the gendered story of her own life).” Heroines developed in part from Zambreno’s blog Frances Farmer is My Sister, where she meditates on the voices and biographies of writers like Vivienne Eliot, Jane Bowles, Jean Rhys, and Zelda Fitzgerald.

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